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structures without the funds to manage, maintain and staff them. our parks need to be revered as parkland. not viewed as sites for potential development. our parks need to be held at public assets, not site specific revenue machines. our parks need funding source that does not depend on limiting access for very resources created with the intent that they be made available to everyone. we will continue to urge the management policies back to the core mission of providing the broadest access to parks for everyone. giving all san franciscans a voice and stewarding precious resources for today and the future generations. >> thank you. >> katherine. >> i would like to echo mr. wooding's sentiments, all the people who worked on no on b. we love our parks. we think there are very serious issues that need to be addressed. we always look forward to working with the commission and department on these issues. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> is there anyone else who would like to make public comment? lewis, come on up. >> good afternoon commissioners. parks department. phil ginsberg and the general pu
on this federal parkland so they're taking the u.s. government to court. >> this is washington dc who ignored the will of the people around the bay area. >> kevin got a call from u.s. interior secretary ken salazar last week. the secretary had toured the farm but decided to let the 40-year lease expire on november 30th. the national park service bought the land in 1972. salazar now wants to move ahead with plans kongs laid out then to potentially make it a marine wilderness area, the only one on the west coast outside alaska. >> there are environmental consequences. no doubt if a boat goes across the bay, but there are also environmental attributes given by the shellfish. >> lenny filed a lawsuit yesterday asking the u.s. district court of northern california to set aside and hold unlawful secretary salazar's november decision. the lawsuit also requests the park service grant them a ten-year special use permit. >> we have eight or ten million oysters out there at different stages of dwropment. if we have to shut our doors in 90 days, all that food has to be destroyed. >> the drakes bay oyster
say they want to stay on this federal parkland so their taking the u.s. government to court. >> this is washington, d.c. who ignored the will of the people around the bay area. >> reporter: kenney lonnie got a call from ken salazar last week. the secretary has toured the farm but decided to let the 40 year lease expire on november 30th. the national park service bought the land in 1972. salazar now wants to move ahead with plans congress laid out then to potentially make it a marine wilderness area. the only one on the west coast outside alaska. lonnie filed a lawsuit asking the district court of northern california to set aside an hold unlawful secretary salazar's november decision. the lawsuit also requests the park service grant them a 10 year special use permit. >> we have eight or 10 million oysters out there at different stages of development. if we have to shut our doors in 90 days, all that food has to be destroyed. >> the drake's bay oyster company produces about 40% of california's oysters so the outcome of this lawsuit could affect the price of oysters at the mark
here for a long long time. >> reporter: the owners say they want to stay on this federal parkland so their taking the u.s. government to court. >> this is washington, d.c. who ignored the will of the people around the bay area. >> reporter: kenney lonnie got a call from ken salazar last week. the secretary has toured the farm but decided to let the 40 year lease expire on november 30th. the national park service bought the land in 1972. salazar now wants to move ahead with plans congress laid out then to potentially make it a marine wilderness area. the only one on the west coast outside alaska. lonnie filed a lawsuit asking the district court of northern california to set aside an hold unlawful secretary salazar's november decision. the lawsuit also requests the park service grant them a 10 year special use permit. >> we have eight or 10 million oysters out there at different stages of development. if we have to shut our doors in 90 days, all that food has to be destroyed. >> the drake's bay oyster company produces about 40% of california's oysters so the outcome of this lawsuit cou
parkland or anything they can work with to have a pool to trap water. so we'll have to take houses. we're going to have to create pools to hold water for longer periods of time. and really one solution is taking homes by eminent domain, tearing them down and planting grass, so the water sex in instead of flows into the creek. this is really just ludicrous. this is over $300 million of probable cost between these two agencies for one creek! >> steve: it's crazy. here is what the epa says in their motion. epa's proceeding is in harmony with the broader purpose of the clean water act, clean, the operative word there, including congress' objectives of protecting the physical and biological integrity of water and reducing the water quality impacts. that sounds like something from the epa. the key is, this is nothing new. this was going on where water was running into that creek when george washington was still running around them parts. >> the creek is right near mount vernon and george washington was writing in his own diary about his inability to get across this creek because of high wate
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